£3,526 per year
The Master in Conservation Biology, specialization Behavioural Ecology and Wildlife Management aims at providing a critical and conceptually-based understanding of animal behaviour and evolutionary ecology, in the framework of conservation biology and wildlife management. Half of the second year is devoted to researching and writing a thesis of about 12,000 words. The aim of the course is to train future scientific leaders in animal behaviour and conservation biology, as well as future managers and policy officers in biodiversity, conservation and wildlife management. In that respect, the course combines behavioural ecology and conservation biology as two major disciplines with some other relevant topics – ethics and deontology, epistemology, socioeconomics of conservation, structure and management of environmental organizations, in addition to the hard science of biodiversity.
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